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Jill Biden: ‘Swallow a little bit’ and vote for Joe

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Deanna Wagner | 21 August, 2019, 20:45

The survey finds that 29 percent of registered Democrats and Democratic-leaning voters name the former vice president as their top pick to run against President Donald Trump next year. Trump, as he is wont to do, went off at length on his once-favorite network.

Since the start of the 2020 race, polls have consistently showed Joe Biden beating President Trump by the widest margins of any Democratic candidate in a hypothetical general election matchup.

Unsurprisingly, Trump didn't like that. "There's something going on at Fox, I'll tell you right now. And I'm not happy with it".

Trump said on Sunday that "there's something going on at Fox" and that his "worst polls have always been from Fox".

Trump still has close ties to the network, however, with some of its biggest names acting as informal advisors to him and its hosts and contributors defending even his most controversial policies.

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Former Vice-President Biden has dropped his first television ad in Iowa, and it touches on his strongest selling point. Trump later told Fox News the figures were "incorrect".

President Donald Trump speaks to reporters before boarding Air Force One in Morristown, N.J., on August 18, 2019.

According to Matt Viser, a national political reporter at the Washington Post, Biden proceeded to push back against Doocy by bringing up his poll numbers. We can nearly certainly say this will be the case with Warren, given that the energy and enthusiasm is with the left-wing of the party. A majority (54%) said that they prioritize nominating a candidate who can beat Trump in November 2020 while just 39% say the most important thing in picking a candidate is that the nominee agrees with their views on issues. Elizabeth Warren of MA. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.), and Sen. CBS News interviewed 100 Iowans at the fair, and while a plurality of those interviewed said they're still undecided, 23 said that they planned to support Biden in the Democratic caucuses.

"So I think if your goal - I know my goal - is to beat Donald Trump, we have to have someone who can beat him", the former second lady said Monday.

In July, he tweeted that Fox News was "changing fast, but they forgot the people who got them there!" And I think Fox is making a big mistake.